Sunday Morning Small Groups are short-term, topically driven studies that allow you to grow in your understanding of a
variety of topics while also allowing you to develop friendship with others interested in the same area!
We are excited to announce our spring classes will begin March 19th and meet through April 30th (not meeting on Easter Sunday).
Classes offered are listed below. Please select a class title to register today. Note recommended/required resources needed for each class.
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Teachers: Jeff & Rachel Smith
Written to address the needs of a struggling group of people just after Jesus died, Hebrews is an inspiring mix of exploring the person and work of Christ as well as encouraging new believers in their obedience to Christ and endurance in the faith. Take a deeper look into the person of Christ and how He helps us endure with obedience in our faith.
Teacher: Tim Grimmett
A goal of our life should be to maximize the investment of time we place in the things that matter the most to us in this life. We will identify patterns of the things God has placed in our own lives that calls us to purpose and fills us with passion.
Teacher: Doug Sundmacher
This class will begin with an introduction of the Scriptures that discuss freedom from fear in general. We will spend the remaining classes focusing on specific sub-topics which includes Healing and Health, Finances, Children, Salvation of loved ones, Safety and protection for self and loved ones, End times events, and Marriage/relationships.
Teacher: Jeff Allensworth
The Way of the Shepherd is a compact, heart-warming story dotted with humor. It will teach you how to lead the people closest to you so they will begin to view their work as a calling rather than merely a job and a place to belong rather than a place to just work. This study will show leaders how to infuse work with meaning as well as engage, energize, and ignite their workforce and give employees a better understanding of what makes for a quality work experience. This is a powerful metaphor for leaders that reaches back 5,000 years.
Required resource: Way of the Shepherd